Aboriginal Dreamtime How the Birds Got Their Colours Writing Activity Sheet

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  • Study of Dreamtime stories

    , Sep 7th
  • Great for reading groups and looking at Dreamtime stories

    , Jul 10th
Analyse this traditional Aboriginal Dreamtime story with this lovely illustrated writing frame! Great for assessing familiarity with the story. Have your children write about the main characters, the story setting, and the plot. Use it as a discussion starter to talk about the characters' personality traits and how they must have felt at various points in the story. Discuss whether there's a moral and what the consequences of the characters' actions were and more.

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